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Turkey adds new testing requirements for entry: Everything you need to know about visiting
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Editor’s note: This post has been updated with new information.  Turkey reopened to tourists back in June after months of closed borders. But now, there is a new testing requirement for anyone boarding a flight to Turkey. Here’s everything you should know about safely getting there and back. Sign up for TPG’s daily newsletter to stay …
Digital Mortgage Servicer Brace Nabs $15.7M in Funding
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Mortgage fintech Brace has announced $15.7 million in Series B funding. So reports Crowdfund Insider. The company says it “is developing a full suite of di
Why a timeshare brand just bought Travel + Leisure magazine
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One of the world’s most iconic travel brands has been bought by a timeshare company. Wyndham Destinations, which operates hundreds of timeshare resorts, acquired Travel + Leisure magazine from media company Meredith Corp. for $100 million, The Wall Street Journal reported last night. Collectively, the company — which will change its name to Travel + …
1st Alliance Lending Faces CFPB Lawsuit Over Mortgage Practices
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has announced a lawsuit against Hartford, Conn.-based 1st Alliance Lending and three individuals for allegedly unlawful
Man going to federal prison for defrauding Spirit out of flights you can easily buy for $9
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A Texas man will spend 30 months in federal prison after defrauding ultra-low-cost Spirit Airlines out of free flights. Hubbard Bell, a former Mesa Airlines employee who was fired from the regional carrier after just four months, was apparently unwilling to relinquish one of the so-called perks of the job: access to free Spirit Airlines …
Fintech Sagent Adds Fannie Mae, Digital Risk Alumni to Board
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Mortgage and consumer loan fintech Sagent has added former Fannie Mae executive Marianne Sullivan and Digital Risk co-founder Jeffrey Taylor to its board of dir
First look at Penn Station’s new Moynihan Train Hall – The Points Guy
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The next time you travel through New York’s Penn Station will be like never before. On Jan. 1, the long-awaited Moynihan Train Hall officially opened to travelers following a $1.6 billion renovation and expansion project. The stunning new hall, once home to a mail-sorting facility, now welcomes arriving and departing Amtrak and Long Island Rail Road …
Mortgage Rates Rise, Signaling Potential End to Historic Lows
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The long stretch of historically low mortgage rates could be ending as signaled by last week’s rate rise. So reports the Associated Press. The 30-year fixe
Testing mandate creates ‘a huge logistical challenge’: TPG readers react to new CDC policy
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We may only be halfway through the first month of 2021, but the headlines have been rolling since Day 1. This week’s big travel news is the CDC’s new requirement that all incoming travelers must be COVID-negative in order to enter the United States. Interested in daily travel news, tips and updates? Sign up for …
Trump Pardons Ex-Adviser Paul Manafort in Fraud Case
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A round of more than two dozen late-December pardons by Donald Trump included his 2016 campaign manager Paul Manafort. So reports CNBC. Manafort, who months
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